Friday, May 27, 2005

Experts: Orlando storm risk is up: "The southern half of Florida, including the Orlando area, is more likely than normal to feel hurricane winds this season, based on predictions to be released today by a University of Central Florida professor and a Georgia colleague."

"The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting at least seven hurricanes during the 2005 season, which starts Wednesday, with at least three of those becoming major storms. NOAA's expectation of a six-month period more active than normal roughly matches the latest forecast by William Gray, the Colorado State University meteorologist who popularized hurricane-season prognostication."

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